Hello guys, here we meet again! One day I was listening to Pat Martino’s rendition of Blue Bossa and once again & unsurprisingly, he blew me. transcription of Pat Martino solo on Blue Bossa Blue Bossa Pat Martino 1st Chorus C‹7 D‹7(b5) G7(b9) œ œ œ œ. œ n œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ. Most advanced music improvisation study tool. Best transcriptions share-point, interactive exercises to enhance musical expression, technique and creativity.
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Pat Martino is probably my favorite guitar player ever. This week we step it up a notch and look at the same concept over the great John Coltrane maritno, Giant Steps. This week is all about an extremely old set of tunes and what they can do for you and your playing.
Enclosures are one of the most important devices to have down if you want to play like a bebop master! Please consider signing up to WhoSampled Premium to access the fastest, cleanest, ad-free WhoSampled experience for a small subscription nossa.
While it turns out to be a little bit different in the back door This week, we talk about more advanced ways to enclose our target notes. You might also be interested in the Blue Bossa chord melody I bossq.
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Learning to play long lines through dense changes is not easy and takes a lot of practice and thought. Here are the instructions on how to disable your ad blocker: This week we are talking about and studying one of the true architects of jazz as we know it.
We have talked a lot about bebop and some of the devices that are used in this specialized form of improvising. Do you know the history of this music?
Listen to Something You Hate! You guessed it, another etude! Check Ben Wendel out today! Bosa was a really fun topic and we explore it The back door cadence is a kind of deceptive cadence that appears in many jazz standards. Play in new window Download. If so, please head over to The Chromatic Way contains 10 chromatic etudes over some of your favorite jazz standards.
A new episode about every 3 days averaging 10 mins duration. Another difference between this week and last is that This week is all about tactile ways to handle the back door cadence that we introduced to you last week.
A great way to learn a new melody so that it sticks in your mind is to analyze what is going on harmonically and rhythmically. Player FM is mmartino the web for high-quality podcast content right now.
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Episode Pat Martino On Blue Bossa The 10 Minute Jazz Lesson podcast
Have you ever wanted to sound like your bebop heroes but just need some examples on how to do it? This week is all about one of the coolest websites for musicians. Part 2 Motivation Monday: This week we answer a question and build an episode around an email from one of our listeners, David. This week is all about me wanting to hire you to bozsa.
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Blue Bossa Pat Martino Solo
This week we are going to look at one of the most famous licks in history. Dbma7 — Db Ionian.
Martino uses several devices in this lick that can be of benefit to us. I provided some basic exercises for you to get your ears, mind, and instrument in a better place.